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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 25, 1964, Dover, Ohio Don't Miss The Around The World News Capsules The Daily Reporter HOME EDITION jilt VOL 60. NO. 269.    26    PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Monday, May 25, 1964 Serving Over 11,000 Families PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTSFans Riot Hundreds Die In Stampede Jim Miller Gets Dover Cage Post Jim Miller, 32, a member of the Dover High School coaching •taff for the past 7 years, was named today as head basketball coach. Miller succeeds Jack Swinderman, who resigned recently to accept a similar position at East Palestine High where he began his coaching career in 1951. Miller, who has been involved in freshman and reserve basketball activities 6 years, was picked from more than 60 who applied for the position. He was one of 12 finally screened for the job. A 1949 graduate of Rowlesburg High in Rowlesburg, W. Soccer Match Verdict Fires Peru Tragedy GENDARMES STUMBLE ONTO 'HIDEOUT' French Kidnaping Is Short-Lived PARIS (AP)-—Three men described by police as “little gangsters” are being held in the kidnaping of Mrs. Marcel LIMA, Peru (AP)—A stam-'Dassault, wlfe of a millionaire pede of 45,000 spectators in a French warplane builder, who Lima sports stadium after police fired tear gas at rioting soccer fans left hundreds dead today in possibly the worst Jim Miller Va. and a 1953 graduate of Fairmont State College in Fairmont, W. Va., Miller came to Dover in 1957 after a 2-year hitch with the U.S. Army Sig nal Corps and a 2-year tenure as head basketball coach at Bremen High, south of Lancaster. Married to the former Sara Jane Seccure and the father of 2 children, Jimmy, IO, and Christi, 2, Miller has outstanding records in both basketball and baseball. At Bremen, his 1955-56 basketball squad was 15-6 and his 1956-57 combine won 14 of 19. Taking over as Dover freshman coach in 1958-59, that year’s team was 17-1. Moved up to reserve boss the following season, his teams were 8-9, 12-6, 16-2 and 14-4. Last year he guided the freshman to a 10-4 ledger. This gives him a 106-37 slate. In baseball, Miller has had equally fine success, his teams See MILLER, Page 18 County Road Union Rejects Latest Offer Ycckey Named Vice President OI AP Editors Harry Yockey, editor of The Daily Reporter, was elected vice president of the Associated Press Society of Ohio during its semi-annual weekend meeting at Columbus. He succeeds Ben Maidenberg, executive editor of the Akron Beacon Journal, who was named president. Gene Jordan, city editor of the Columbus Dispatch, was reelected treasurer, and Alva N. Dopking, chief of the Ohio AP Bureau, became secretary. Ralph Holsinger, managing editor of the Cincinnati Enquirer, succeeds Yockey as trustee. Charles Reamer of the Athens Messenger is the retiring president. Yesterday the editors were told the split between the Chinese and Soviet Communists is “the most important development of the cold war in the last decade.” William L. Ryan, veteran news analyst for the Associated Press, said he cannot see a patch in the Sino-Soviet dispute in the near future. “I think the split will get much deeper,’’ he said. Ryan, an expert on Communist affairs, believes the split See YOCKEY, Page 9 Tuscarawas County Road and Bridge Workers Union, Local 195, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employes, has rejected County Engineer Charles Young’s proposed job classification and pay schedule and asked for a flat 50-cent per hour across-the-board pay raise. Acting Local President Clyde Law Saturday handed Young a letter dated May 19, advising him of the union’s action at its meeting last Tuesday. Law, together with William Lawyer and Floyd Burrier, union secretary and treasurer, had already indicated the Local’s action last Tuesday afternoon, in a meeting with Young and their organizer - representative, Carl W. Holt of Columbus. Law’s letter also informed the county engineer that the union had voted to accept the working agreement with the changes which had been discussed with him at the afternoon meeting in the courthouse. One additional clause was added:    Dismissal and suspension shall be according to civil service regulations. Young, on April 21, proposed IO job classes (based on Civil Service regulations under which the road and bridge workers are hired). Each class would have 4 pay steps. Pay increases would range from 2 to 20 cents an hour. In voting unanimously against this proposal, the Local also omitted mention of the job classification which they b id voted for unanimously on Mf rch 17. In his letter to Young, Law gave 3 reasons for rejecting the proposed wage scale. (1)-—Under the proposal, with some employes receiving no raise, others 2-cent-an-hour hikes and other 20 cents an hour, ill-will and dissension would result among the workers. (2)-—Road and bridge workers have not received a pay raise since 1961. (3)—An Ohio Attorney General’s opinion of Nov. 24, 1959, allows county engineer department employes to be paid pre- See REJECTED, Page 9 V- Weathervane SATURDAY High 89    Low    61 YESTERDAY High 86    Low    49 Elsewhere In U.S. High I jOW Pr. Albuquerque, cloudy 94 72    .. Chicago, clear ..... 81    54    .. Cleveland, clear ... 83 57 1.09 Los Angeles, cloudy 77 61    .. Miami, cloudy ..... 81    76    .21 New York, clear ... 91 70    .. Pittsburgh, clear .. 84 53 .32 St. Louis, clear .... 83 52 .03 San Fran., clear ... 59 50    .. Washington, cloudy 92 73    .. TODAY Tam................58 RAINFALL Last 48 hours .55 inches TOMORROW Sunrise............4:59 Sunset ............ 7:46 High 85    Low    50 Forecast: Fair and warm. Ruling Given In Coshocton Area Deaths COSHOCTON - A ruling of murder-suicide has been given by Coroner J. C. Briner in connection with the bizarre deaths of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carroll of near here last Friday. The ruling substantiated reports given by Sheriff William Hoop Jr. that Carroll had shot his wife about 10:45 Friday morning and later shot himself in his burning home. The bod ies were found together on J bed in the rubble about IO Friday night by deputies Services were to be held today for the couple at Dawson Funeral Home with Dr. Russell Hoy officiating. They were to be buried in Canal Lewisville Cemetery. Stone Creek Youth Jailed Roy H. Jones Jr., 20, of Stone Creek, was jailed Saturday by Dover police on charges of stealing parts from a motor vehicle and driving without an operator’s license. He is to appear before Mayor C. LeMoyne Lu-thy this afternoon. Police stopped Jones on a routine check and discovered that he had only a temporary permit, wich requires a licensed driver to be in the car. Following questioning about one of the license plates which had been seen on the car, Herbert admitted he had taken the plate from a car parked at Pot-schner Ford used car lot. The plate was found under the front seat of the car. However, he told police he did not take tools and an army sports disaster in history. Authorities still were unable to come up with an official count of victims in Sunday’s tragedy. Lima’s La Prensa said 260 bodies were counted. The newspaper Expresso said 315 were killed. Hundreds were injured. Many blamed the tear gas for the frantic rush to the exits, and a government statement, taking note of his, declared: “It was necessary for the police to use tear gas in an attempt, however unfortunately futile, to prevent further disorder. The government is deeply concerned over the fatal results that originated in a trival incident.” This was a reference to the fact that the riot erupted after a fan jumped from the grandstand to protest a referee’s decision in the soccer game between Argentina and Peru. The teams were meeting for the right to play in the Tokyo Olympics. The crowd had witnessed a close contest with neither side able to score in the early action. After 15 minutes in the final See STAMPEDE, Page 9 says she wasn’t mistreated during 35 hours as a prisoner. “The chief was charming with me,” the 63-year-old Paris socialite said after two gendarmes stumbled onto the kidnapers’ hideout Sunday. “But they were dangerous men.1 Mrs. Dassault, who had belted one of the kidnapers in the stomach with her umbrella, said the men provided her with covers during a chilly night and brought her grilled steak and boiled potatoes when she complained of being hungry. The three suspects, said by police to have been mixed up in prostitution and other underworld activities, were being questioned today. A search continued for a fourth man. Mrs. Dassault was freed when two village gendarmes, participating in a check of farms and summer cottages north of Paris shouted “Is anyone here?” outside an abandoned-looking farmhouse. They broke in when a woman voice replied, “Yes. Don’t leave.” A gunman meekly handed over his pistol and said some friends offered him a little money to guard a farmhouse. He was Mathieu Costa, 26, a bartender, of the French island of Corsica. The second man arrested, Pi-erre-Gabriel Darmon, 35, a native of Algeria, was grabbed by police who waited for someone to return to the farm. His brother, Gaston Darmon, 33, who police said once operated an Algiers brothel, was caught by motorcycle policemen who saw him running across a field. Garver Miller ★ Garver Miller Is Dead At SO Garver Miller, 50, of Bethes da, Md., a Strasburg native and recognized artist, died of leukemia Saturday in Bethesda Naval Hospital at Bethesda, Md. A son of Herbert and Mary Garver Miller of Strasburg, he was a 1932 graduate of Strasburg High and was also graduated by the Cleveland School of Art and Cleveland Art Institute. Since 1948, he has held the position of presentation art editor of Research Analysis Corp., a non-profit organization under contract to the U.S. Army. Miller’s paintings have been exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, the Crambrook Academy in Detroit, the Cleveland May Show and the Corcoran Gallery See ARTIST, Page 18 2 Bicycle Thefts Reported At Philo Joe Rennicker of 626 E. High I Assaults On Phila Girl, Woman Probed Separate assault incidents on a woman and an 18-year-old girl are under investigation by New Philadelphia police. At 8:45 p.m. Saturday a St. Clair Ave. SW resident said a heavy-built man attacked her when she answered the door. Police arrived shortly afterwards but found no one. The woman, who fainted while giving police information suffered several scratch marks. The Fire Department rescue squad was summoned but she had recovered before they arrived. An 18-year-old Ray Ave. girl reported a boy grabbed her arm at 5:14 Saturday night in front of Fisher Shoe Shop. Chief Louis Clark said the girl’s mother told him she would file charges but had not shown up at Mayor’s Court this morning. The man, a reported boyfriend, is on parole. Her mother said she also would contact Parole Officer Hugh Hill concerning the incident. Laos Neutrals Seek Way Out From Red Trap By ANTOINE YARED VIENTIANE, Laos (API-Surrounded neutralist forces were trying to fight their way out of a Communist trap today after being routed from a stronghold on the northwestern fringes of the Plaine des Jarres. The Defense Ministry said about 1,500 neutralist troops and 23 tanks were driven from Muong Kheung Sunday and were cut off by a larger Communist force in their attempt to retreat to Muong Soui, nine miles west. A communique said Muong Kheung, headquarters of neutralist armored units, fell in a pincer attacked from east and west after 12 hours of heavy fighting “inflicted heavy casualties to the rebels.” No details of losses were given. The neutralist tank units were surrounded by about 2,500 Communist troops less than halfway to Muong Soui. The communique said the Red force consisted of one battalion of Pathet Lao and three battalions of North Vietnamese soldiers. Muong Soui, an old monastery town on the main east-west highway through north-central Laos, is a few miles north of the main neutralist force at Ban Na. Gen. Kong Le, the neutral-See NEUTRALS, Page 2 lyil    _ Mrs. Marcel Dassault is reunited with her husband after being found safe in an abandoned farmhouse about 30 miles north of Paris following her kidnap Saturday by 2 hooded gunmen in front of the Dassault home on the edge of Paris.    (AP    Wirephoto). Reports Hit-Skip Charles R. Bonifay, 37, of RD I, Dennison, reported to sheriff deputies Saturday night that his auto had been struck by a hit-skip motorist at a gas station on Route 250, east of Dennison. the car was believed to be a 1954-55 Oldsmobile. Alexander's Arraignment Slated Today Sandy Alexander, 33 of N. Wardell St. Ext., Uhrichsville, was to be arraigned this afternoon in Southern District County Court on an assault and battery charge filed by the Sheriff’s Department. He is charged with the early Friday morning attack on Otis Brown, 37, a neighbor. Brown, who was struck with a miner’s pick, is on parole for the June 2, 1962, shotgun slaying of Alexander’s brother, Elmer (Bunker), 33. Alexander told Chief Deputy John Barlock that he hit Brown following an argument in which Brown kept saying “he was going to get a gun.” The pick-stabbing took place in the kitchen of the Brown home. MORRISON IS CRASH VICTIM New Orleans Plans Special Tribute For Former Mayor By BEN THOMAS NEW ORLEANS, La. (AP)* Ave. reported to New PhiladeJ- This historic city paused in sor, phia police Sunday afteinoon row today to pay tribute to that a bicycle had been stolen from his porch. Theft of another 2-wheeler from Waterworks Field on the Southside was reported Saturday by Rick Sattler of 1166 Tuscarawas Ave. NW. Bird-Killer Will Go A woman on Prospect St. NW complained to New Philadelphia police Saturday that a neighbor’s cat has been killing birds in her yard. Officers contacted blanket, which also were taken the owner who said he would from the car at Potschner’s. have the cat “taken away.” rteLesseps S. Morrison, who achieved success in politics, diplomacy and soldiering. His body, broken in a plane crash in Mexico’s Tamaulipas Mountains last Friday, will lie in state for 24 hours in his old office in Gallier Hall—the former city hail where Morrison had served many of his 15 years as mayor. Morrison, 52; his youngest son John Randolph, 7; and five other persons perished in the crash, which reportedly occurred during a blinding rainstorm.    i An Air Force Albatross landed at nearby Alvin Callendar Naval Air Station Sunday with the flag-draped coffins of the seven victims. Morrison, who resigned a year ago as U.S. ambassador to the Organization of American States to make his third try for governor, will be buried with full military honors. He was a major general in the U.S. Army Reserve. Others killed were Ovide J. Cenac, 59, of Houma, president of a towing company; Raleigh Pellegrin, 47, of Montegut, a Cenac employe; Hugh Ward, the pilot, Brownsville, Tex.; and Carolyn Vandergrift, 35, and her See TRIBUTE, Page 18 Supreme Court Orders Virginia County To Reopen School Doors WASHINGTON (AP) — Theorise the power that is theirs to order the public schools op-Supreme Court ordered Prince to levy taxes to raise funds ad-1 ened    if    such    an    order    is    “re- Edward County, Va., today to equate to re-open, operate, and quired    to    assure    these    petition- reopen its public schools on a maintain without racial dis-1 ers (Negro students) that their desegregated basis by next crimination to public school September.    system in Prince Edward Coun- County education officials ^ like lhat operated in other closed the schools in 1959 to counties in Virginia.” avoid court-ordered admission Black added that, “If it be-of Negroes.    comes necessary to add new The Prince Edward racial partJes” to the lengthy litiga-controversy has been fought in yon |0 accomplish the purpose state and federal courts since ordered today, the federal court May, 1951. It was one of the or- constitutional rights will longer be denied them.” iginal school desegregation “The time for mere ‘deliberate speed’ has run out and that phrase can no longer justify denying these Prince Edward County school children their constitutional rights to an education equal to that afforded by the public schools in other part of Virginia,” Black stated. in Virginia “is free to do so.” j j j l o    The    U.S.    District    Court    in cases decided by the Supreme Virginia, Black said, has power See SUPREME COURT, Page ll Court on May 17, 1954.    ---------------------------I-Injustice Hugo L. Black deliv-    I    •    I I I I    ■    • areche court*, main opinion VJOOCIWmI mCIUStNeS Justices Tom C. Clark and John M. Harlan noted they agreed with the reasoning in Black’s opinion, but disagreed    . Plans were revealed today to is to be about 80 per cent self- Slates Phila Branch with the holding that federal courts are empowered to order begin operation of a Goodwill Inre-opening of the county dustries and Rehabilitation Clin schools. Black said the case would go back to U.S. District Court in Virginia “with directions to enter a decree which will guarantee that these petitioners (Ne- ic in the Burry Building on the square at New Philadelphia, beginning with interviews of handicapped persons desiring employment at IO a m. Friday at that address. supporting the first year and ultimately more than 90 per cent self-supporting. A 15-member local advisory board will be formed to assist in administration. The new office and store will be managed by Koehler, former manager of the Lima Goodwill gro students) will set the kind Hev- Bryce Nichols of Canton,i J.ndust111^. Anyone wishing ad gr> siuaems; win gel me Kina    regional    nroarpss of ditional information may call of education that is given in the!“J,    ,    ?g. Pr°£ress 0 him    J Goodwill Industries, and Bert given state’s public schools.”    , He declared that the federal£    ,    J.    g    ^Vu” district court in Virginia may. i^ew Philadelphia, appeared be-if necessary to prevent    further    forc    Community Improve- racial discrimination,    require    menl    Corp. this morning and the county supervisors    “to ex-    Jvere    gr®nted a J400 a!^wanc® I Dennison, has been jailed by I    to pay the first 2 month s rent    *    J    UJ mn. j ■ rn*.    it    on the building.    sheriff    deputies    on    a non-support ON THE INSIDE P^ans caU f°r renovation and warrant filed in Southern Dis joint! For Non-Support Joseph R. Jones, 21, of RD I, painting of the building, which wm ultimately be used to em* Around Tile World  ...... 18    ploy handicapped labor to re- Dear Abby .......   23    build donated articles for sale Dr. Alvarez .................. 23    on the main floor. Dr. Crane .................. 251    Following a successful record Goren On Bridge ............ 23    of training and placing handi- Hospital News ................ 18    capped persons in Canton, the Obituaries .................... 2    organization will provide a need- Sports ..........  13    &    14 ed service for the 2 per cent Television ................ 15    handicapped population of Tus- Women’s Pages .......  IO    &    ltlcarawas County. Your Horoscope ............. 23    Rev. Nichols slated the goal trict County Court. DAY BRIGHTENER Proud mother, exhibiting baby to friends: “He’s doing fine and eating solids now — newspapers, pencils, and keys.” ;

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