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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 23, 1964, Dover, Ohio Page 31, Hie Daily Reporter, Dover, Ohio Saturday, Way 23, 1964 COMPLETE COURSE AT JOY. Frank Hubert (second from right), manager of value engineering at Joy Mfg. Co's plant in New Philadelphia, yesterday presented certificates to Ivan Fiedler (left), Anthony Debevec, Donald Curry and Max Andres, Joy employes, who recently completed a 40-hour seminar on value engineering. The program, which was conducted by Hubert and A. E. Mudge of the Pittsburgh office, was designed to reduce production costs by concentrating on the most efficient method of performing each function in the manufacturing process of the product. Other employes completing the course were: Harold Scheestel, Jurgis Bal-ciunas, Wesley Olson, Robert Snyder Mike Smith, George Lorenz, Thomas Adamich, Lynn Galbraith, Joel Dorsey, Robert McCoy, Les Aldergate and Harold Smith. Former U. S. Ambassador Aboard Missing Airplane TAMPICO, Mexico (AP) — A chartered plane carrying deLes-seps S. Morrison, former U.S. ambassador to the Organization of American States, one of his sons and five other persons was missing today on a flight from Matamoros to Tampico. U S. ancT Mexican airplanes and helicopters joined in a search for the twin-engine Piper Aztec, which was to have reached this Gulf Coast city at 6:05 p.m. Friday. Hope prevailed that the craft might have made an emergency landing at one of the many ranches or small airfields on the route south from the Texas border. Morrison and five other persons had flown Friday from New Orleans to Corpus Christi, Tex., where Morrison chartered the Aztec. Its pilot was identified as Hugh Ward, Corpus Christi. Morrison had his youngest son, Randy, 7, on the trip. The Secret Service chief at Matamoros, C. A. Munoz, identified others aboard the plane as Ovide J. Cenac, a Houma, La., businessman; a Chris Van Grift and a Mrs. Van Grift, and an N. Pilgrim, in addition to the pilot, Morrison and his son. A Tampico businessman, Adolfo Bresling, said Morrison had been here last month for several days and consulted Tampico businessmen about a business transaction. Morrison and a group of Louisiana men were interested in a meat-canning investment in the Tampico area, a Tampico newspaper said. A former mayor of New Orleans, Morrison made an unsuccessful bid for Democratic nomination as governor in Louisiana’s Jan. ll Democratic runoff balloting. The winner was John McKeithen, now governor of the state. Matamoros is across the border from Brownsville, Tex. in New Orleans, the Tnnes- Picayune said the plane was bound from Matamoros to Santa Clara Ranch, northwest of Tampico. The newspaper telephoned Otto Stiles, a supervisor for Charles Ranch owner Charles Miller, who said the plane was carrying Morrison and five other passengers. Stiles said two of the passengers were young boys. Morrison, 52, recently was named executive vice president of the Bank of New Orleans. Morrison’s secretary, Rosalie Grad, said in New Orleans that the former diplomat’s youngest son, Randy, 7, was aboard the plane. She said she did not know who else was on the trip. Votes Not Sufficient To Halt CR DebateBy JOE HALL WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Richard B. Russell, leader of Southern forces, declared today that Senate leaders “do not now have the votes to gag us” with cloture in the civil rights debate. Nor, he added, have the Dixie senators fighting the bill been able to muster the one-third support needed to block a move to limit debate. Thus he indicated that if a cloture vote were taken now, the outcome would depend on the undetermined positions of a handful of senators. “There are four or five votes we don’t know where they’re going,” the Georgia Democrat said in an interview. It takes two-thirds of the senators present and voting to shut Aff prolonged debate with cloture. This would mean 67 if all IOO senators were recorded. Republican senators had their third caucus on the measure Friday. Afterward COP supporters of the civil rights bill said they thought they would have enough votes, with the Democrats, to invoke cloture when the showdown comes. But various senators had different estimates of how many GOP votes would be needed. And both Republican and Democratic proponents said they are counting on President Johnson to win over the few senators still on the fence. Republican Leader Everett M. Dirksen of Illinois said he doubted whether a cloture move could be made before the second week in June. But he said the Senate would have to finish work on the bill in June because of a large backlog of work. And less than two months away is the Republican National Convention which opens July 13 in San Francisco. For only the third Saturday since the debate began March 9, the Senate did not meet today. Leaders have sharply eased the pressure on floor sessions while they concentrated on closed-door efforts to wrap up a package of amendments which they hope will produce the needed cloture votes. These efforts have run into some difficulties, but both Democratic and Republican leaders said they were confident the proposed changes would be in shape to introduce formally next week. They agreed, however, that there would be no floor action during the week, largely because of an expected high rate of absenteeism. The Senate will recess from Thursday to the following Monday for a long Memorial Day weekend.Who, When and Where: rnMAY 23 NEW PHILADELPHIA — Little Theatre’s production of “The Lark,” 8:15 p.m., theater. BOLIVAR — Card party in Legion Hall, 8 p.m. GNADENHUTTEN - Men’s Bible Class of Moravian Church chicken barbecue and ox roast, fellowship hall. STRASBURG — Annual Boy Scout pancake and sausage supper, high school cafeteria, sewing from 4 to 8 p.m. (fast time). MINERAL CITY — Bake sale for benefit of Little League, IO a m. to ? p.m., next to drug store.MAY 24 STRASBURG - St. Aloysius public card party, 8 p.m. (fast time), Mr. ani Mrs. Archie Croy, chairmen. MAY 25 DOVER — Barracks 32, Veterans of World War I and Auxiliary, meeting, 7:30 p.m., VFW Hall.MAY 27 DOVER - VFW installation of officers, 8 p.m. in post home.MAY 28 DOVER — Tuscarawas County Jewish Center Sisherhood rummage sale, 9 a m. to 4:30 p.m., building on Walnut St. at rear of 201 W. 3rd St. MAY 29 DOVER — Tuscarawas County Jewish Center Sisterhood ru mage sale, 9 a m. to 4:30 p.m., building on Walnut St. at rear of 201 W. 3rd St. MINERAL CITY — Cub Scout pack meeting, 7:30 p.m. (fast time), school auditorium. MAY 30 STRASBRUG — Band Booster Festival, fire station, 4:30 p.m. (fast time) BOLIVAR — Memorial Day Services, 9:30 a m. (fast time) sponsored by American Legion Post 190. ZOAR — Memorial Day Services, ll a m. (fast time) sponsored by American Legion Post 190. JUNE 4 ZOARVTLLE-BOLIVAR — St. John United Church of Christ mother-daughter banquet, Tuscarawas Valley High, 6 p.m. (fast time). NEW PHILADELPHIA—Tus-cora Circle 1133, CF of A card party, 8 pm. Eagles Hall on S. Broadway. JUNE 8 STRASBURG — American Legion meeting, 8 p.m. (fast time) in Legion Hall. JUNE 9 STRASBURG — American Legion Auxiliary meeting, 8 p m. (fast time), Legion Hall. JUNE 13 BOLIVAR — Volunteer firemen festival, fire station, serving begins at 5 p m. JUNE 16 BOLIVAR — American Legion County Council meeting, post home, 8 p.m. (fast time). JUNE 19 BOLIVAR — Homecoming, sponsored by American Legion and Auxiliary, serving starting at 5 p.m. (fast time). JUNE 20 BOLIVAR — Homecoming, sponsored by American Legion and Auxiliary, .serving starting at 5 p m. (fast time).Real Estate Transfers Compiled from the office of Tuscarawas County Recorder Theodore M. Underwood. Edna M. Helmreich to Ruby E. Maurer, Lots 739-738, Newcomers- town.    __    _ Chester and Elaine Hanson r. to Walter and Mariel Pulver, Lot 1156 and part of Lot 1155, Newcomerstown.    _    _ Virginia J- Hampton to Irma S. Bowers, parts of Lots 1803-1804, New Philadelphia. William A. Gossett to Stella B. Taggart 1.3 acres. Mill Township. Wilma and Daniel Rainsberger to Henry and Olive Conway, land, Mill Township.    ,    . George and Ruth Kaderly to David and Judith Himes, Lot 686, S t p3sb ur^. Paul H. Mallernee to Donald and Margaret Mallernee, part of Lot 889,, Uhrichsville. Grover and Eva Roth to Vernon and Freda Deland, Lot 128, Gnaden- ^1 Bo a rd of County Commissioner to City of New Philadelphia, land, New Philadelphia. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints to City of New Philadelphia, land, New Philadelphia. Elmer and Kathryn Arth to Edgar Spring Inc., land, Goshen Township. Charles and Geneva Ca.sa gram to Donald and Kathryn Heck, Lot 2265 and part of Lot 2264, New Philadelphia.    „    . Sheriff A. J. Young et a1 to Main Line Homes Inc., Lot 35, Sandy Township.    „ ^    . Loren and Emma McQueen to David and Amanda Miller, land. Bucks Township. Rose Ronamico’s Executor to Nunzio Bonamico, lots. Dennison. Elsie and Louie Maloy to Ernest and Katherine Lawyer, Lot 37, Oxford Township. Willis and Moira J. Tufford to Floyd and Lilly Sheppard, 3 lots;, Wolf’s Station. Carl and Carol Gardner to Charles and Delores Taylor, Lot 684. Newcomerstown. Paul and Zelda Mishler. to Elizabeth Feld et a1, land, Midvale. Robert and Beverly Owens to Reuben and Marie Snellenberger, Lot 59, Parral. Joseph and Sarah Sehmueker to Vernon and Freda Beachy, land, Sugarcreek. Robert and Gladys Thoburn to Citizens State Bank, land. Franklin Township. Harold and Verna Brown to Robert E Hall, lot 264 and part of Lot 265 Strasburg. Orpha G Hostetler administrator to Thomas and Ruth Shuman, land, Dover. Otha W. Wallick to Elmer and Verna Beaber, Lots 93-94, Dover Township. E James and Jennie Mattevi lo Eugene and Morma Heck, .399 acres. New Philadelphia. Robert and Vionia Comignaghi to Joseph and Shirley Vesco Jr., land, Warwick Township Alexander and Lora Winkler to Harrv and Lena Blain, land Goshen Township. Ingalee and Heywood Cappel et a1 to Richard and Nancy rappel, part of Lots 26-41, Washington Township. Gilbert and Angeline Petrioola to Ruby L. Montero, lot 2106, Dover. Fred and Esther Belter to F H. Minerals Inc., land, Salem Township. Margaret Johns et a1 to Florence Millward, land, Port Washington. William and Florence McFeedera to Richard and Dolly Sullivan, 1.324 acres. Sandy Township. Kenneth and Beulah Gibbs to Joseph and Louise Maybaugh, land, Dover. Ingnbee and Heywood rappel et a1 to Bernard and Virgie Watson, land, Washington Township. Samuel and Evelvn Hitchcock to Raymond and Emeline McConnell, 4 lots Uhrichsville. Irma S Bowers to Virginia Hampton, land, New Philad'dnhia. Leroy and E Marie Wherlev to Clyde and Ethel Stewart, Lot 974, New Philadelphia. Emily G Gilgen et a1 to Angelo D Martlnelli et a1, land and lots, New Philadelphia and Goshen Township. Citizens Real Estate and Mortgage to Edith Hoffman, Lot 1507, Uhrichsville. Edith Hoffman to John and Irene Belha, Lot 1597, Uhrichsville. Ella Jones to Hazel Maholm, Lot 1984, New Philadelphia. Rufus A Price Executor to Herman and Marie Clay Lot 246*). Do- VOT. Albee Star Homes to Marvin and Shirley Burwell, Lots 364-366, Sandyville. Bilt-Rite Homes Inc. to Barmy and Margaret Welch, Ix>t 477, Goshen Township. Helen I. Judy to Kennteh A. Judy Lot 2157, New Philadelphia. William and Ida Thomas to Bey-ko. /and, Newcomerstown W E, and Edith Thomas to Quinn and Elizabeth Brock. 482 acres Port Washington. Quinn and Elizabeth Brock to Thomas and Virginia Jones, .482 acres, Port Washington. Marion and Frances Ravine to Sylvania and Barbara Hostetler, 3 lots. New Phildelphia. Clifton and Sylvia Edwards to Robert and Pauline Williamson, Lots 4134-4435, New Philadelphia. Charles and Ix>is Ball et a1 to Dirk and Juanita Graef, land Dover Township Florence M. Balr to Dick and Juanita Graef, land, Dover Tov rishi n, Howard H. and Nancy Reiehmaa to Herman and Shirley Frank Jr., land, D ver 7’- wnship George and Mary Telle TTT F’-’;;; n J Rachel CapozcJia, ;

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