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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 21, 1964, Dover, Ohio Student-Teacher Relations Spur KSU Center Progress... .See Page ll I County-Wide Photo I And News Coverage I Is A 24-Hour A Day Job J VOL. 60. NO. 266. 32 PAGES. [he Daily Reportei Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Thursday, May 21, 1964 HOME EDITION I m Serving Over 11,000 Families PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTS STEVENSON SAYS Mrs. Harry Davidson (left) was honored at a testimonial dinner last night. Taking part in the program were Mrs. Henrietta Laffet of Euclid, Ohio VFW Auxiliary president, and Mrs. Robert Huprich, who was a co-chairman in charge of the event.Testimonial Honors Role In VFW Work Local is the last of the building trades to approve an agreement. On Monday, members voted to end picketing on all jobs in the area after receiving a pledge that none of the other trades would do steel work. The Community Improvement Corp. of Tuscarawas County also had requested the Iron Workers to lift the picket at the pilot plant in Dover so mesh could be laid for the floor. This was done and the CIC’s first tenant, Bobbie Brooks Inc., is expected to move its operation into the building early in June. Other building trades reached agreements in the latter part of April, all of which called for 45-cent hourly wage packages for the 3 years. NASSAU, Bahamas (AP)—A man with a shotgun rampaged through Nassau’s southern suburbs Wednesday night killing sfven persons — including himself — and wounding six in a two-hour automobile foray. “It was one of the worst nights in my experience,” said Chief Criminal Investigator Stanley Moir. Dozens of police, who hac cordoned off a two-square-mile area and searched it in vain for the slayer, found Ruben Rolle, 30, in his home, dead of shotgun wounds. The weapon lay near- Police Commissioner Nigel Morris said authorities did not establish a motive immediately but “the first person he shot was his wife.” Police said Robe went berserk, took a friend’s automobile See SPREE, Page 2 DAY BRIGHTENER Shortages noted in the stat# examiner’s reports on the County Central District Court from Nov. fi, 1959, to July 31, 1963, have been paid. The reports, which were approved by the Bureau of Inspection and Supervision of Public Offices on May 8, were made by Examiner Vernon Mishler. One covers the term of Judge Russell II, Schear, elected for a term of 4 years beginning Jan. I, 1959. The second covers only the first 7 months of the term of Judge Clarence W. Ferrell, elected for 2 years, beginning Jan. I, 1963. Mishler included 3 findings for recovery in his report in Schear’s term. Against Schear was an overdraft of $99.84 for his 1961 salary, and $228.72 for an improper 2 per cent commission charged against trusteeships in favor of Anna Ferrell, trustee. She is Judge Ferrell’s daughter-in-law. The third finding was against Mrs. Ruth Schear, court clerk, and her surety firm, Ohio Farmers Insurance Co., for $1,- See AUDIT, Page I “With strikes in Cleveland, Youngstown and Akron, tradesmen in this area should be commended for their attitude and interest in reaching agreements in minimum time,” he said. “Negotiations with all trades were conducted on a high lev- The 250-member Iron Workers UHRICHSVILLE - Arthur Rothacher, 44, of 521 Ridge Rd. NE, New Philadelphia, entered a plea of not guilty, through tis attorney, George Demis, this morning to a rape charge filed by the father of a 14-year-old Uhrichsville girl. Southern District County Court Judge Richard Mus* grave continued Rothacher’s bond of $5,000, which was set last Thursday following his arrest by sheriff deputies, and bound him over to the grand jury. Rothacher reportedly told Chief Deputy John Barlock that the girl went with him willingly on May 12, the night of the alleged attack.2 Youths Held For BreakinYESTERDAY High 67    Low    37 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, clear 85 55 .01 Chicago, clear ..... 52    46    .. Cleveland, clear .... 56 37    .. Los Angeles, clear . 76 57    .. Miami, clear  79 76 .97 New York, cloudy .. 76 48    .. Pittsburgh, clear ... 66 40    .. St. Louis, clear  88 61 San Fran., cloudy .. 60 51 Washington, clear .. 83 52 TODAY 7 a.in............ 46 (Light frost) RAINFALL Last 24 hours .... None TOMORROW Sunrise ........... 5:02 Sunset ........  7:43 High 85    Low    50 Forecast: Fair and warmer. I Two Espenschied Youths, Roger, 19, of 402 St. Clair Ave. SW, New Philadelphia, and Donald, 20, of 123 W. 23rd St., Dover, who is home on leave from the Marine Corps, are being held in County Jail today, charged with breaking and entering a home on Dover - Zoar Rd. The pair was picked up by sheriff deputies last night after they checked out an auto license registration given the Sheriff’s Department. Pauline Trachsel, reportedly the owner of the home, told deputies she saw the car parked near the house. Deputies checked and found a screen had been broken to gain entrance. The breakin occurred early Wednesday morning. Nothing was reported stolen. WALLS HAVE EARS IN MOSCOW-Here is one of the more than 40 microphones (left) dug out of the U. S. embassy (upper) walls in Moscow, and beside it is a photo of where one was dug out. The mikes were 8 to IO inches deep in the walls, and each had a "probe tube" reaching to the plaster to carry the sound. Arrow points to the probe tube of one. The microphones were wired to some secret listening post. The Soviets remodeled the building when the U.S. leased it in 1952, and strangely enough, wouldn't permit any inspection till the work was done. It's an old Red custom. MOBILE, Ala. (AP)-A Mobile city detective insists this fish story is true—and he has a black eye as proof. Charley Nail said he was proceeding in his boat through nearby Chalacoohee Bay Sunday when a mullet leaped from the water and smacked him aright between the eyes. Around The World Dear Abby........ Dr. Crane ......... Dr. Writes ....... Goren On Bridge . Horoscope ........ I Hospital News .... I Sports ............. I Television ......... Women’s Pages .... ;

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