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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - March 27, 1964, Dover, Ohio He Is The Way, The Truth And The Life' See Pages 8-9 First In Readership First In Photography First In News Coverage The Daily Reporter Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County HOME EDITION Serving Over 11,000 FamiliesVOL 60. NO. 219.    24    PAGES.    Dover-New    Philadelphia,    Ohio,    Friday,    March    27,    1964    PHONE    4-2167    7    CENTS Buehler’s Inc., which opened its first grocery store in New Philadelphia in 1929, announced yesterday that a new $100,000 supermarket will be constructed on 2nd St. NW, between Beech Lane and Ray Ave., in New Philadelphia. The building, to cover 13.000 square feet, will be a “complete supermarket with several specialty lines,” according to Wayne Buehler of Wooster co-supervisor with his brother, Don, in planning the move. The entire lot is 44.000 square feet and will afford customers with a 100-car parking lot. Sales space will cover 9.000 square feet, as compared with 4,300 square feet in the present building located at 144 W. High Ave. The new market will be on the west side of 2nd St. However, bids will be let in the near future. Glenn headquarters in Colum-i bus appeared undismayed by Marine Gen. Wallace Greene’s statement Thursday that: “I’m sure he is not going to be able to retire by April I.” A previous report, quoting Greene in doubt that Glenn could retire by May I, was in error. Ford Eastman, who left the Space Agency to aid Glenn’s campaign, declined immediate comment but indicated the situation might become clearer by Monday. He did not elaborate. Regardless of developments, Glenn’s name will remain on Ohio ballots, making his nomination possible without returning to Ohio, election officials pointed out. Glenn’s fall against a bathtub caused injury to his inner ear, producing nausea and dizziness, that often takes many weeks to cure, Eastman explained. “I’m waiting for a decision by my doctors and will base my future plans on what they tell me,” Eastman quoted Glenn as saying. The astronaut has been in a See COUNTDOWN’, Page ll However, in 1947 he and his 3 sons incorporated the business which grew into a chain of 3 stores. In 1932 a store was built ill Wooster and then remodeled into a supermarket in 1947. In 1943 the business expanded operations by building another store at 221 W. 3rd St., Dover, later moving to the present supermarket on W. 3rd St. Ext. See BUEHLER^, Page ll E. L. Buehler, father of Wayne, Don and Gene, began in the grocery business with a small store in what is now Daniel’s store on W. High Ave. A native of Tuscarawas County, he had formerly been a dairy farmer, but had wanted to get into business for himself. The first store was a proprietorship with his wife, Helen. This sketch shows the new Buehler's supermarket planned at New Philadelphia. It is similar to one now under construction at Medina, O.Trucking Order Open To Debate By Richard ZimmermanEaster Finery Also Brings New Reporter 'Look' “On today’s level of doing business, our present site is behind the times,” Buehler added. “We need more space, more parking and better facilities. “The main interest we have is to make the store as pleasant and comfortable for the customer as possible. It is the customer’s store and not ours. He added that “construction will begin as soon as it is humanly possible.” Actual planning for the move has been in the making for only 40 days. Ohio Woman Logs Second Leg On Flight They add that the graves have not been marked nor identified and that location of at least 2 of the graves has been found under a roadway which has been used by the county for years and is now contemplated to be used by the GIC and its successors to title. Location of the graves is designated as “about directly to and connecting with Florence Ave., within the projected right- SANTA MARIA, Azores (AP) —Mrs. Jerrie Mock flew into this mid-Atlantic way station today, completing the second leg of her solo flight around the world. Smiling broadly, the 38-year-old housewife from Columbus, Ohio, jumped unassisted from the cockpit of her single-engine Cessna, took off her lifejacket and shook hands with Gen. William Boylan, commander of Lajes Air Base on nearby Ter-ceira Island. She completed the 2,500-mile overwater flight from Bermuda in 13 hours, 3 minutes. It was the second leg of her planned around-the-world flight. Another feminine globe-gird-ler, Mrs. Joan Merriam of Long Beach, Calif., hoped to take off today from Surinam (Dutch Guiana) for the 1,600-mile crossjungle flight to Natal, Brazil. Mrs. Merriam, who started from Oakland, Calif., was de-See WOMAN, Page 14 Dover Mayor C. LeMoyne Luthy stated today the Service Department has received reports that some residents are building small dams across streams and water ditches. “This practice should stop at once since it can cause considerable damage to property,** he said. “Also, there are city ordinances and state laws prohibiting the building or throwing of obstacles in any ditch or stream. “The city spends a considerable amount of money each year to keep these ditches in the best condition possible and now the city crews will have to spend more time and use equipment to remove one of these obstacles.” $3,000 Boosts CtC William Marino, Community Improvement Corp.’s fund drive chairman, today reported an additional $3,000 in increased contributions by previously announced donors, giving a new total of $98,021. The $200,000 campaign to finance county industrial growth, is expected to pass the half-way mark by Saturday. The Dover Board of Zoning Appeals met yesterday and denied a building permit for N. (). Geisinger of 1516 N. Wooster Ave. by a 3-2 vote. The board cited 2 violations of the new city zoning ordinance in making its decision. Specifically, the proposed garage, to be used to store antique automobiles, would not allow sufficient side lot clearance and would exceed by 4 per cent the allowable lot area coverage. The Wagner Lumber Co. made the appeal on behalf of Geisinger. Ram had initially denied the permit on Feb. 21, and Geisinger appealed to the Board Feb. 27, which ruled Geisinger would have to petition residents within 200 feet of the garage for their approval before it would consider making a deci-1 sion. The board also asked Solicitor Mario I). Corsi to define a phrase in the ordinance which was related to the case. I Annual Police BanquetSet YESTERDAY High 41    Low    24 Elsewhere Iii U.S. High I .ow Br. Albuquerque, clear. 57 24 Chicago, clear ..... 29 22 OI Cleveland, cloudy . 56 24 .01 Los Angeles, clear. 70 50 Miami, cloudy ..... 81    69    .. New York, clear ... 53 33 .18 Pittsburgh, snow ... 60 25 .03 St. Louis, cloudy ... 34 22 San Fran., clear ... 60 49 Washington, cloudy. 78 35 OI TODAY 7 a.rn................25 SNOW Last 24 hours ... trace TOMORROW Sunrise............6:16 Sunset.............6:46 High 40    Low    20's Forecast: Cloudy, light snow. For You On Saturday Lf. Joseph Wolfe, assigned with the Special Service Division of the State Patrol at Columbus, will be guest speaker April 15 at New Philadelphia Elk’s Club for the annual Tuscarawas County Fraternal Order of Police banquet. A smorgasbord dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m., according to FOP President Louis Clark, New Philadelphia Police Chief. Active, retired and associate members of the lodge are invited to attend. John Endres of New Philadelphia will be master of ceremonies. As usual, Saturday’s Daily Reporter will be full of special features to whet your reading appetite, to wit: Wainwright Correspondent Mrs. Guy Sciarini has an interesting feature article on Forrest Romig, the “fix-it” man of Tuscarawas. Leo Benjamin, dean of Tuscarawas County basketball coaches who directed New Philadelphia to its best season in 24 years during the recent campaign, reviews with Sports Editor Dan Kopp some of the highlights of the 1963-64 season. Rabbi and Mrs. Paul Mandel outline for Women’s Page Editor Juanita Abel some of the highlights of the Jewish Passover observance. Staff Writer Joe Woerdeman presents the second of 2 articles on electric cooperatives. All these, and many more, add up to real reading pleasure tomorrow. Around The World Churches .......... Dr. Alvarez ....... Dr. Crane ......... Dear Abby ........ Goren On Bridge . Hospital News .... Obituaries ........ Sports ............. Television ......... Women’s Pages ... Your Horoscope ... Wade If McIntyre. 44, of 117*4 N. Tuscarawas Ave., Dover, will appear in Northern District County Court Monday to enter a plea on an assault and battery charge growing out of a March ll barroom fight in Dover. McIntyre, already fined $206 and sentenced to 30 days in jail on another assault charge filed in mayor’s court in connection with the same fracas, is being charged by Mary Briggs, 39, of 2101-4 N. Tuscarawas Ave , who was severely cut in the fight. Mayor C. LeMoyne Luthy, aet ing on the advice of City Solicitor Mario Corsi, suggested that Mrs. Briggs file the charge in County Court in event McIntyre would demand a jury trial. There are no provisions for such trial under city ordinance although the assault count is tden tical to the state code. Mayor Luthy suspended $175 and the sentence on condition Mclntrye pay for the medical exjienses of Ernest N. Smail, 21, of Parral, another fight participant. The fight occurred in the Wagon Wheel Bar al 132 N. Tuscarawas Ave. State Health Department wiring violation citations against 2 New Philadelphia nursing homes were discussed yesterday at a regular meeting of the city’s Health Board. Charged with what are term led “minor violations” were Carnes Nursing Home at 239 E. High Ave. and Maxwell’s Nursing Home at 245 S. Broadway. Mayor Joseph Pritz said today that he has verified reports from the operators that the wir ing deficiencies have been corrected. The work. Mayor Pritz continued, was done by local electricians. The directive letter, a copy of which was received by City Health Commissioner Mrs. Alice Burgess, gave the operators 30 days to make corrections. Only 2 board members, Edgar Graeff and Mrs. Aaron Funk, were present for the session. Absent were Earl Smith, j Mrs. William Bucher and Fred Schneider. Other area homes cited for wiring violations by the state department include: Dorothy’s Peaceful Haven at Beach City I and Country Lawn Rest Home No. 2 at Navarre. Unemployed ADC Program Starts In County Monday UhVille Council Approves I lousing Development Plans County Realty Tax Collections Jump Mailing the first checks to those who qualify for Aid to Dependent Children of Unemployed Parents will begin Monday, Tuscarawas County Welfare Director Lorin Gadd said today. Those receiving aid from the program must work on specified village, city, township or county projects while unemployed, he added. “There is no direct pay for such work rn the conventional sense,” Gadd stated. “The men I working receive assistance at (the rate of $1.25 for each hour i they work. The hours they are permitted to work depends upon the amount of assistance they are entitled to receive.” “The City of Dover has 13 men working for relief money this month — on street repairs and cleaning. New Philadelphia has a total of 29, with 5 working in Tuscora Park. Two men also are working in the County Fairgrounds. Other municipalities and political sub-divisions account for another 117 men working for a total so far this month of 2,875 hours, he said. “What we are doing here in I uscarawas County co nudies UHRICHSVILLE — A new and a change in a 12-inch housing development, to be sewer near 12th St. would help k lown as Northacre’s Allot- solve the problem, ment, will be started here by April 8 with groundbreaking for The company expects to put 2 model homes at the end of in streets, curbs and landscap-N. Main St.    |ing    for    the homes which will be Council passed an emergency in the $13,500 to $15,000 price ordinance last right, granting range. permission to Ralph Hunter and Council also passed another Don Langman of the LAL Con 1 emergency measure changing st ruction Co. of New Philadel- an alley located off E. 3rd St. phia, to plat lots for the con- in the 300 block, to one-way for st ruction of brick veneered slab southbound traffic only. homes on a site previously in- Council acted on one resolu-tended for a bowling alley. tion which gave Mayor Robert Although aware of a flooding Croniser the right to enter into problem in the area, the devel- negotiations with county com-opers said homes would be missioners for resurfacing East-built 30 inches above grade, J See UH’VILLE, Page ll $298,804. The county will receive 7.53 per cent, or $176,886. Townships will receive 4.98 per cent, or $116,984, and the state gets a .64 per cent, or $15,034. The distribution, Martinelli said, will be made in the latter part of April, or the early part of May, following auditing of the tax records. From Dover, a total of $436,757 was collected in real estate taxes for the period, including $19,449 in delinquent taxes. In New Philadelphia, the total collection was $413,454, with $20,231 in delinquencies. See TAXES, Page 2 Collection of real estate taxes in Tuscarawas County covering the first 6 months of 1963, set something of a record with a total of $2,349,092, Treasurer Victor Martinelli said today. The amount includes $2,296,131 in current charges, plus $52,961 in delinquent taxes. This represents 102.31 jier cent in the tax collection, in that it exceeds the amount of the current charge to tx* collected. County schools will receive 74.13 per cent of the total tax collection, or $1,741,382. Municipalities get 12.72 per cent, or Bottles Disappear At IO: 20 last night, New Philadelphia police received a complaint someone had broken a case of pop bottles at Miller and Tuscarawas Aves. Nothing was found. ;