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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - November 4, 1957, Dover, Ohio Page 4, the daily reporter monday. November 4. 1957 two youths killed As speeding car hurtles off Road town and county a from Page i new Philadelphia and Charles e. Ayers of w. 6th St Dover. He lived his entire life in the two cities and was graduated from new Phil 2 governors to be elected a from p a i i re election in a race that could boost him or drop him from consideration for his party a National ticket in i960 opposing him is slate son. Malcolm s Forbes a Magazine publisher. Virginia a Republican ted Dalton a state senator and gof National committeeman who vainly tried for the governorship four years ago is running this time against Democrat j. Lindsay Almond or. Almond supports the a a massive resistance to integration urged by his party a leaders in the state. Dalton has called for a local administered Pupil assignment plan which he contends would better withstand court tests and still permit Only Token integration. New York a democratic mayor Austria and Germany Adelphia High school in 1351 he served two years in Tho Armand following his discharge from the service was employed at the Standard Oil co. Gasoline station on the Dover Public Square in addition to his parents he is j survived by two Brothers Keith Allen and David Jerry avers and la sister. Miss Nancy Jane aver All of new Philadelphia a half brother. Erie Waltz of new Philadelphia i maternal grand Mother mrs Margaret Marks of do i Ivor and his paternal grandpas ends or. And mrs. A e. Avers of new Philadelphia. Funeral services will be held at i . Tuesday at the Raker in an funeral Home with the Rev. I James n. Fisher officiating. Bur ial will to in East Avenue cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Worked for hover or in or. Mckinney a 1952 graduate four of new Philadelphia High school was a son of Frederick l. And Jeanne Meyer Mckinney 247 Tuscarawas ave., and lived his entire life in new Philadelphia. He observed his 23rd birthday Ort. 15. He was employed As a Salesman by the Home engineering co. In Dover and was a member of Emmanuel lutheran Church. He served two years in the u. S army and was on overseas duty in his father temperatures saturday s High 65. Low 35. Sundays High 54. Low 45. Today at 7 . 47. A Trace of rainfall. Ohio me Day forecast temperatures will average 1-3 degrees below Normal. Normal 20, Orrville cited for speeding. Patrol Newcomerstown Floyd t. Few 48. Cincinnati cited for unsafe operation and Bene Daniels 32, Canton for passing Over a yellow line patrol. Mineral City Glen r. Junking 36, new Philadelphia fined $20.20 High 53 North. 57 South. Normal for speeding. Pat Rollow 3637. Temperatures to re o o o o main near or slightly below Normal for the week. A few showers Likely about wednesday and saturday averaging less than one Quarter Inch o o o o o Hospital news i Ilion Hospital probate court estate of the late Sarah j. Lewis of new Philadelphia valued at $5,-000 under inventory filed by Edith m. Bucher administer matrix estate of the late Thomas p. Lewis of new Philadelphia valued at $10, Khz under inventory filed where to vote tomorrow Ward in prec. A memorial Hall 410 a Wooster ave. Free by a. 5th St. Wing of Dover High school. Prec. Cd St. Joseph s school gym 526 n. Tuscarawas ave. Prec. Do school building 1305 Dover ave. Prec. A a e. Steitz 1711 Dover ave. Prec. Of a Herbert Hatcher 814 n. Tuscarawas ave. Ward 2 prec. A City garage 435 e. 4th St prec by Lonnie Edwards 306 e. 7th St prec. Com. J. Ress 1127 n. Wooster ave. Prec. D Jacob Dummermuth 1300 Crater ave. Ward 3�?prec. A new fire station Public Square. Prec. By Winifred Weinsz 721 e. Front St. Ward 4 prec. A Fairgrounds Secretary s office. Prec. By Robert f. Moose. 130 Prospect St. Prec. Cd Kenneth Espenschied garage 304 e. Iron ave. Prec. 0�?horn electric 712 s. Tuscarawas ave. Deaths funerals k. I and was a life Long resident of the mrs. Laura c. Nickels county mrs Laura c. Nickels 78, of 116 her husband Frank Fowler rav ave. New. Widow of former j died 1936. State senator Walter g. Nickels surviving Are two daughters who operated the Reeves hotel for mrs Ethel Hillyer of Dennison and Many year died at 7 30 . To is Edna Baker of Pataska six Day at her Home of infirmities. She grandchildren and three great had been seriously ill for the past grandchildren three weeks. Services will be wednesday at 3 she was born Jan. 14. 1879. At p in in the r. K. Lindsey funeral Evansville. In the daughter of Home with the Rev. Russell hous Gustav and Wilhelmina Miller ton officiating. Burial will be in Weyand and was a member of the the peed Spring cemetery. Friends expect heavy county vote admissions Edwin Miller of but ii m Bucher executrix. 00000 Robert f. Wagner of new York City is Given the Edge for re election Over Republican Robert k. Chrissonberry hotel executive and former state boxing commission chairman. Chance Given dog for trip Back to Earth it from Pagh i is a District boy scout commissioner. In addition to his Parent he to survived by a sinter mrs. Kenneth Beitzel of new Philadelphia his paternal grandmother. Mrs a e. Mckinney of Zoarville his maternal great Grandfather Samuel a work of new Philadelphia and one Nephew. Funeral services will be held at 2 . Tuesday at the Evans funeral Home with the Rev James n. Usher officiating burial will to in Evergreen burial Park. Friends May Call at the funeral Home monday afternoon and evening four traffic Utah ans Here a from Pagh i Angell memorial animal Hospital in Boston she ii inside a sealed chamber in the rocket the russians say. But there a no word yet How food water or oxygen is supplied to the chamber or How much is stored in the rocket. Moscow just says the chamber is Quot air to keep curly alive for weeks or months would take great amounts of oxygen and a method of removing Carbon dioxide. She undoubtedly is unhappy or frightened. But Moscow says curly has been trained for her Job taking Shorter rocket rides about too Miles High and then parachuting to Earth. With such training she would by less frightened and would need less food and water because she would be quieter Schnelle said. The russians sent her up to get direct knowledge of How life in space affects a living animal. Curly Fate there can show some hazards which future human space travellers would meet from cosmic rays a rays and intense Ultra Violet rays from the Sun meteors or other conditions and How to protect them. Instruments in the satellite Are measuring and a a bailing East reporting these factors also. Beach City rom Wilmot. The greatest worry is How curly can come Home safely after Days weeks or months in space. The Only apparent answer is to Parachute her out inside her Container. Otherwise she would die when the rocket falling Back to Earth heated red hot and burned from friction of the Earth thick atmosphere. 707 race St Charles Mccomb of 220 Lincoln ave. Mrs. George Spiker of til race St. And Harry Yock of of 913 Walnut Stover c. Mere Simmons and mrs. Barry Gibson of re 2. Mrs. Carl Stead of 237 2nd St so and i. Lloyd Hon Glen of re i new Philadelphia Henry Alexander of 709 Erie St and Robert Nyhart of 957 Tremont ave. So Massillon mrs. Christian Glick of re i Sugarcreek Ralph deter of Tuscarawas miss Frances Carver of 627 n. Wister ave., Strasburg and Earnest Beckett of re 2, Tippecanoe. Operations a mrs Thomas Bur son of Dover dismissals a mrs. William lint and Gary Reiger of Dover mrs. Lloyd Kingley Barry Everett. Mrs. Niel Wikoff. Mrs. Patrick Mccoy and daughter mrs. Lloyd Davis mrs Melvin Kiser and son mrs Julius aha and daughter and mrs. John Vesco and daughter of new Philadelphia mrs. Walter Harmon Harold Widder and mrs. Charles Dennis of Sugarcreek mrs. Paul Ripley of Navarro Newcomerstown. Mrs Earl Leven j Good and son of Bolivar James Scott Gooding of Uhrichsville Hen by Keagy of East Sparta mrs. To Bart wagers and daughter of Strasburg in. Levi Sheller and daughter of Dundee mrs. Robert hurts j Cher and son of West Lafayette j mrs. Samuel Boyd and son of Mineral City and Robert Gayhart of Massillon. Fire runs Dover a firemen were called at 10 30 . Inlay to the second floor apartments of Lowell fair j 22 a n. Tuscarawas ave where drapes and Woodwork had been ignited from a Kitchen stove. Firemen were called at 5 . Satur Day to Hose Down a fire at the w. I front St. City dump. Markets i of Al w i at in ill is Dover milling ooh no. I $2 05. No i >2 04. poultry Usdan composite produce poultry Market or Northern Ohio areas it Price paid at farm no i Quality i. Fryers k i a 4 lbs. 19-17, Hen Light Type s ii Hen heavy 13-15 turkeys Fry roaster 25-28, Young hens 23 24, Young Lorn iu1-20 a egg prices wholesale grades Large White 48 50 medium White 38-41, consumer Grade prices to retailers u 8. Grade delivered Large a White by 84. Brown 00-63, medium a White Donald Charles arts of j in m. Brown Bovi. Amati a White and Brown 3119 Large la White 53-50 Brown 53 55. A from Page i Cid on Many special issues. Among the special issues Are a $1,106,000 Bond Issue for the Dover schools a 5,5 Mill operating Levy for not w Philadelphia schools local option at Sugarcreek a $935,000 Bond Issue for a new Tuscarawas Valley High school and additions to present buildings and a $220,000 Issue for enlarging Dover a memorial Hall. In addition township trustees will be selected in the 22 townships in the county. Doyle Stocker d and Harry e. Alexander it Are seeking the position of mayor of new Philadelphia mayor Clifford c. Froelich i is opposed by Council president Arthur Hanni d in Dover mayor Burton Kennedy r is opposed by Jesse Dempster do in Uhrichsville George Gram i d and Charles Villers Ltd Are seeking the Dennison mayors Post Ami d. O. Belter id and j. Arthur Tufford r Are seeking the Newcomerstown mayor s Post. Presbyterian Church Here. Her husband died july to 1943. Surviving Are two children mrs. Richard Vance of new Philadelphia and Robert Nickels of Ashland a granddaughter Patricia two Brothers Fred of Homeland Fla., and George Weyand of san Fernando Calif. Services will be wednesday at fun May Call at the funeral Home. Included in the school transfers i 2 . At the Linn Bert co. Are York township to new Phila-1 not a ral Home with Rev Lcy Slie John to Burchfield Mineral City John Thomas Burchfield 62, who resided Here the past 18 years died sunday at la . In Hie Home of a brother William Burchfield also of Mineral City following an illness of one week. May Call at the funeral Home tues Delphi a a part of Goshen local the pheasant Valley Section to new Philadelphia Dover township to Dover City the Northern d w from 7 to 9 pm half of Union township to mid j Vale the Southern half of Union township to Dennison Mill township to Uhrichsville the Wardell hollow Section of Rush local District to Uhrichsville the consolidation of Gnadenhutten Clay a. H a Washington Warwick Stone in his Home in Parral. Creek Jefferson and Rush local and the consolidation of Wayne born in Marysville tenn., he Pritchard officiating. Burial will be served eight j ears in the u. S. In Evergreen burial Park. Friends i Navy and was last employed at. I k7af4� a Vert ii Voe pc the Zoar Brick Yards. Surviving in addition to his brother in Mineral City Are another brother and three Sisters. Victor Denoi Charles Burchfield mrs. Lemar Victor Denoi 35, a still opera Tafter and mrs. D. C. Agns of tor at the Parchem division Wallace amp Kiernen inc. Of Dover died of ,1 heart attack last night at 8 25 or. Denoi who was a world War ii Veteran is survived by his local Sugarcreek Shanesville and widow Gertrude Ankney Denoi two sons and a daughter Vincent he open from a Dor in an<1 Judy his Mother 6 30 . To 6 3 3 pm. Voters must is Mary Valk Gay Denoi of do Auburn i ical. Tile polls will Marysville and mrs. Jesse George of Jacksonville Fla. Services will be held tuesday at 2 . In the Gordon funeral Home Here with the Rev. O. L. Williams retired methodist minister officiating. Burial will be in the German cemetery. Calling hours Are tonight from 7 to 9 at the funeral Home. Be Ohio residents for one year ver a brother and three Sisters my residents of the county and Vincent Denoi and mrs. John Duk precinct for 40 Days. Sputnik la adds fuel to science Pool plans a from Page i it la let of i i i apples by but crts a cons us no i. A Quot up i unless otherwise stat re Del. 2 75-3 00. Cd Del. 2.753.25 r Del 3 004.00 Jon. 1.50 2 50 Mars. And Cost. 2 00250. G r i in a a 24&Quot. Min into i 75 tens twelve 4 la dims even a relatively Short time. Leaders in estimating what course the soviet Union May follow Over by of Canton mrs. William Daniels of Dover and mrs. Wilbert Bright of Akron. He was priced quoted in death by his father Sam Denoi and two Sisters. Services will be held wednesday at i . In the Lewis funeral Home with the Rev. L. N. Car-1 Mony of the . Church offi i dating. Interment will be in do Powers to begin moving actively ver burial Park friends win along tile line which i evident received tonight from 7 to 9 and Eisenhower and bluish prime tomorrow from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 minister Macmillan Laid Down twin c Ity Hospital admissions a mrs John tid Rick of 246 Packer St., Mildred Hod Kin son of 602 w. High St., Ernest Washington of 606 e. 1st St., Pamela m fee and mrs. Gale Menefee of re 2 and Ralph qui 2v�?T up macs 2 30-3.00 tens tray it pack it Del. 80 125s 4 of 18 it but in up Del. 1.25-1 75, various varieties 75 i 25. Deets 24 it but chd i 00-1 25 i rt-4 chd i do i 25. 10 it bits ted 1.00. Cabbage 24 it but Dom. Hod. To it be 85-1 25, inst by 100-1.10, red Loo tis. Carrots 10 it but ted 75 90c 24 i it bits by hit i Doz 00-1.00 Cauli Flower used Cit 0 a 85 i i of 12s, 1.50. Celery Pascal bits i Doz hearts officials also said that this fact together with russians Progress in missile science makes it More important than Ever for the Allied dog lovers Leo of n flinch St Uhrichsville 1 1 2v1 25�?�4 1 a a a i is unit n uni in ai., Wincn Sunu. Ulni so cabbage in it but 75 i Toj i i i j i mrs. George Briggs Danny Var j a a v a a a a a jew Hill of was cited after a crash at the front St. Wooster ave. Traffic Light sunday afternoon with a car driven by Emery e. Kinney jr., 41. Re i new Philadelphia. Mishap near Beach c Ity two other men were injured not seriously when tile car in which they were Riding struck Ami sheared off a Telephone pole and rolled Over sunday afternoon two Miles West of Beach City on route 250. Injured were Ben Tucker 63, and Paul Winland 64, both of Tiffin. Tucker who was driving the car was Cut about the face and Winland suffered cuts to his right hand. Both were treated at Massillon City Hospital. The car in which the two were toward patrolmen from the Massillon state patrol Post investigated. In another Accident sunday Charles Hopkins. 18, son of or. And mrs. John Hopkins of re i Mineral City suffered cuts on his forehead and was admitted for observation at Union Hospital where he is in Quot fair Quot condition he fell asleep at the wheel and struck another automobile. Ally and mrs Richard Robinson of re 3. New Philadelphia mrs. Paul Leggett of re 4. Carrollton Guy Schumacher of 2036 Belmont pm Louisville by and to la Mack of Scio dismissals Kathy and Linda i i Norris and Charles Goodrich of Jewett mrs. Eugene Mcclusky and son and Margaret Morrison i f Dennison or Jack Riley and daughter. Jimmy Long Marie Gastaldo mrs. Jesse Hen Ary and daughter and mrs. Arnold Rowe and son of Uhrichsville Robert Sudduth of Luvurt Washington mrs flood Beamer of Philadelphia Dallas Vickers of Tippecanoe Mac Gilboe of Gnadenhutten and Anna Miller of endive 10 it but i 75 escarole 18 at but 1.50-1.05. Greens 24 at bits kale. Collard Mustard St turnip Tup 751.25, mostly 8.7 i i or Fen onions but chd 24 i i 25 i or lettuce greenhouse 19 la bits loaf i 30-1 75 3 la but Liibbe inc. Film Wrid i 25-1 50 hiders 75-1.00 i outdoor 24 it Tiki big to Stop i 50 mushrooms Ber it Ohio 22 ,-25c. 1 a. 25� Ohio i the Etna med the 40-45c 3 Ltd bits no. I med Lac Ohio 1.00-1.50, a i 25-1.40. 9 la bits cull 2.00. Onions be i tried 50 la Fyk 165 i 175, Ige 2 232 50 to tasks 3740c j ctn twelve 3 la film 1.05-1.75. Parsley 8 it but i Doz chd curly a Root 55-1.00. Parsnips 8 it but 05 85c twelve t la films i 75-2 25. A from Pagell Modin gave the space dogs name As Limonchik which is a russian masculine name meaning Little Lemon. There had been previous identifications of Tho dog As a husky female pm d Kud Pyavka. Which Means curly. Modin said he had no information As to whether the dog would be brought Back to Earth. About a dozen dog lovers went to the pm Baas to present their i Here to Days ago. Responding to the Challenge of j the first sputnik and russians earlier claim to the successful fir ing of an intercontinental missile they called on the free world and i particularly tile nato allies to i Pool resources. This was fixed in order to overtake the soviet Lead in space science and to prepare for a Long continuation of the cold War. It is to promote work toward these goals that Eisenhower plans to attend a nato Summit conference at Paris in december. Tho state department is Rushing preparation of plans for specific proposals to be made by the president at that time. It also seems probable that he will then be Able to announce a . Decision to stockpile atomic arms in j Europe for use by forces tin re should War come. . At the funeral Home. Ctn protest letter. Thew were asked to i leave two Boxer dogs outside. Births potatoes Ruri Whites us no. A a size a a she 50 la a a 1.30-1.50 15 la in Oslo the norwegian society Kame unwed 50 la so i no t 25 for Ike prevention of cruelty to pc Quot 24 41 Buu pm 75 1 005 animals called a meeting to Dis radishes but bid 24 red 85 cuss the space dog. The Secretary Loo ted thirty 8 or Nim 2.00-2 25 declared a i done to know what we thirty 8 or film 1.50-1 75. Spinach 24 it but 85-1 25, Tome Best i 50 Squash 16 it but aeon 75-1 00 Butternut 65-85c Buttercup Loo Hubbard per la 2-3c. Tomatoes greenhouse 8 la bits in cd 2 15-2 25. Turnips 8 it but ted 65-1.00 ctn twelve i la films i 65-2 of watercress. 8 it bits 15 sch of gop National unit to appraise party Washington Iff a the Republican National committee will meet Here dec. 6 Quot to obtain a Frank appraisal of the status of the Republican party and its that and the transaction of a number of business matters were listed by gof National chairman Meade Alcorn As the purposes of the meeting he announced sunday night. The meeting will be closed to the press and Public Alcorn said. He said the meeting will follow up the six regional conferences held last Spring. No music san Francisco of a ramac has flown to Denver. It looks like the alter ego of a Juke Box. Ramaci random Access method of accounting and control is a new electronic computer and accounting machine developed by International business machines at san Jose Calif. Two of them to be used at United air lines operational Headquarters at Denver Are capable food prices May continue to Rise in 58 a from Page i fourth of the increase and higher marketing charges for three fourths. Marketing charges for farm food products were 5 tier cent higher in the third Quarter of this year than in the same period of 1956, the department said. Costs of performing marketing operations have risen this year the department said. Because of increases in wage rates paid workers in transportation and food industries and advances in prices of containers packaging material Coal and fuel Oil trucks machinery and Many other things that marketing firms buy. Tie department predicted that the Quantity of farm products to be marketed next year will be As Large or larger than this years Large volume. In discussing the retail food Union Hospital or. And mrs. Clifford Haglock of 201 Glenview ave. Dover. Or. And mrs. Alexander Webster of 1235 Kelly St. New new Philadelphia and or and mrs. William Zeigler of Midvale daughters or. And mrs. Norman Shook of re 2, Dover or and mrs. Charles Baumer of 212 Beaver ave new Philadelphia. And or. And mrs. Glen Wenger of Evans Valley and or. And mrs. Dale Gowins of re i Stone Creek sons. Twin City Hospital or. And mrs. Hoyt Richardson of 211 w. 3rd St., Uhrichsville and or. And mrs. Roy Huebner of Gnadenhutten daughters o o o o o marriage licenses James Daniel Trover 19, construction worker and Patricia mane Wade 16. Union Hospital worker. Both of Sugarcreek. Franklin w. Rentsch. 20. Painter. And Donna l. Smith 18. Secreta in both of Dover Daniel j. Hershberger 23, Hospital attendant and Viola Mac Sias second space satellite set the bondage. 22. Both of Sugarcreek Stock Market Back on its heels to will do. I done to know what we can do but this is a bad business. Maybe we can prevent it happening again. While other groups were voicing similar sentiments. Moscow radio reported the dog was still alive and doing Fine. I i Fuki ish i in viol k cattle 2 too .50 lower prime leers 25 un-20 5u actual l Choice 22 <x�-25 of Rood 19 00-21.00 Commer Cial 10 mum of Heifer 20 00-23 of i Tup beef cow s 14.00-14 so commercial i 13.00-14.00 Utility 12 00-13.00 can j Ber and cutters 10,00-12 in Choice 18 0019 of commercial is of 17 50 common 12 00-15.00. Calves 400, steady Choice to prime 24 00-28 00 Good to Choice 22.00 Mantua j 25 of commercial 18.00-22 of com Mon to 0017 00 Lames. I Hio. Steady Choice i Spring lambs 20 00-21.50 common to of 17 on Choice sheep 5 007.00 common \ 3 003,00., hogs. I too. 25 lower 190190 or i 25 18 25 mixed 100-240 la 17 of 17 25, heavy mixed 240-250 lbs 16 75 medium 230 300 Tbs 15 75-16 50 head irs 300-400 lbs 14 50 15 50, roughs 14 23 ump Stags 10 00-12 00. Industry site eved Wheeling w. A. Of a a report by the Monongahela Power Shows 5.585 acres of land Are Bun available for Industrial development on the Ohio Side of the Ohio River Between Clarington and 8 treated at Hospital one Dover and seven new Philadelphia residents received emergency treatment and were dismissed at Union Hospital Over the weekend. Clyde Walters is of 239 w. 7th St., Dover caught his left Index Finger in a Joiner at his Home. Ann Edwards to daughter of mrs. Thelma Edwards Kaderly St. Nov new Philadelphia Cut her right knee when she fell on a broken Glass bottle. W. O. Hinig 50. Of re 2, new Charles g. Rucker Charles Guy Rucker sr., 65, of 803 2nd St. Be new Philadel phia died sunday at 3 55 . At i the Valley Manor nursing Home of complications after an illness for the past three years. He was born in Noble county oct. 2. 1892, a son of John m. And Olivia m. Barnes Rucker and was a retired Pennsylvania Railroad conducted. He had been a resident of new Philadelphia for two years after living in Dennison Many years. He was a member of the b. Of r. T. And Mystic tie Lodge no. 194, f. And a. M. Twice married his first wife Grace Van Fossen died july 15, 1936 and he was married in 1938 the Allied j Jarv Abel who survives in addition to two children Charles Guy Rucker jr., Weirton w. Va., and Nedra Chancy of Dennison mrs. Annabel Price Tuscarawas mrs. Annabel Reichman Price 49. School St., died sunday at 2 30 . Of complication of diseases. She had been ill for the past year and seriously ill for the past four months. Born in Warwick township near Tuscarawas March to 1908, she was a daughter of Henry and Anna Affolter Reichman and was a life resident of Tuscarawas. She was a member of the St. James lutheran Church auxiliaries of the vow and the amen can legion. She was married june 12, 1926 to Wayne Price who survives in addition to two children mrs. Robert Maurer of Uhrichsville and James Price of the Home and two grandchildren Jeffrey and Rodney Price of Newcomerstown four Sitters mrs. Paul Kothe of Uhrichsville mrs. Rus sell Cookson of re 4, new Philadelphia mrs. Frank Meese and mrs. Carl Rausch of Tuscarawas and one brother Dean Reichman of Tuscarawas. One son Wayne died Jan. 30, 1955. Services will be thursday at 2 . From the Uhrich funeral Home with the Rev. Richard Michel officiating. Burial will be a the Sharon cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home from 7 to 9 tonight. Two step children mrs. Freda r. E. Cunning Armstrong of Dennison and Lawrence Abel of Aberdeen my. One brother a. C. Rucker of los Angeles and one sister. Mrs. Florence Sharrock of Toledo five grandchildren and one great grandchild. Services will be wednesday at i . From the r. K. Lindsey funeral Home with the Rev. Arthur Villock pastor of the Broadway Church in new Philadelphia officiating. Burial will be in the Evergreen burial Park. Friends May Call at the funeral Home. Mrs. Mary Edwards mrs. Mary Elizabeth Edwards 82, of 159 9th St. Be. New Phila Delphia died Early today at the Philadelphia Cut his right thumb j residence following a heart attack. On a Kraut Cutter. She was born in West Virginia David Johnson 5, son of atty and was a member of the Union and mrs. Danny Johnson of 515 ave. Church of Christ new Phila Union ave., Cut his Chin when he Delphia. Her husband Isaac died Newcomerstown a r. E. Cunning 81, retired port Washington insurance agent died saturday at 6.30 . At the Hilltop rest Home Here where he had been a patient for two weeks. He was born nov. 5, 1$75 in Tuscarawas the son of officer and Rosanna Haunroth cunning and was married dec. 4, 1932, to Hattie m. Kelly who survives. He was a member of the port Washington moravian Church. Also surviving Are a sister mrs. Max Maryanski of Akron one brother and one sister Are deceased. Services will be tuesday at 2 . In the Ourant funeral Home in port Washington with the Rev. Dean Sau Ertme officiating. Burial will be in Union cemetery at port Washington. Friends May Call at the funeral Home. Fell Down Stair Steps at his Home William Mathias 17-months-old in 1931. Surviving Are three sons Ray Church plans meeting Cincinnati it of a eight Hundred Church education officials Are expected for a six Day National methodist conference on Christian education starting Here tuesday. Lloyd b. Cummins i _ a. Freeport a Lloyd b. Cum son of or. And mrs. Willard a j mond and Charles of new Phila Muns 77, a retired Freeport farm Tbs is of i25 fair ave be new Delphia and Tarlton of Cleveland or died sunday at 8 . At uni Phu Adelphia suffered head cuts in i one sister mrs. Sarah Polk of varsity Hospital Columbus Merryville. W. Va., 13 Grandchil-1 he was born May 6, 1880, in Washington county pa., the son of e Lloyd b. Cummins and Elizabeth services will be Beld wednesday Sprowl Cummins. He had lived in / to i at tha to. A fall. Leis Aiken 64, daughter of or. Ydren and 18 great grandchildren and mrs. Laverne Aiken of 456 2nd two sons Are deceased. St. Nov. New Philadelphia Cut her forehead when he fell at her Home Freeport for the past 60 years and at 2 . At the Kaserman Funer. Sheik Ferron 12, daughter of at Home with the Rev. Eugene was a member of the Freeport presbyterian Church. New York stocks new York Iff a news of bus traffic court together of cataloguing and re Mem Price trend the department said Bering five million facts. They will Consumers a whose Dollar income maintain a Check on flight Reser has been rising a apparently of nations and keep track of Avail feed Little resistance this Vear to Able space on individual flights the Price increases. Diver 65, re i ing Whilt toxicant Ron and Canton Ste key having Robert for Cross tool. Paul e fronts fenced to driving \ of a Cali Morrison w. A. A Calvin c. Smother Andover arrested for drive under the influence of Init Sheldon House 49. A Bill r. Dunn. 29, re 4, cited for speeding Ronald 19. New Philadelphia for Day but losses were Trimm Ltd a bit by Early afternoon. Aircraft and missiles advanced briskly against the general trend spurred by renewed expectations of greater government spending in these Fields to counter the russian successes. Crash kills 2 soldiers Versailles. Ind. Of a Robert j. Ginzinger 22, of Cincinnati and John Murphy 24, Naperville ii both soldiers stationed at it. Knox ky., were killed sunday when their car collided Headon with another Auto near Here. Or. And mrs. Tom Ferron of 222 Carroll officiating. Burial will be 3rd St. Be new Philadelphia ran in the East Avenue cemetery. A Rusty Nail into her left foot and friends May Call at the funeral Chris Wassem 7, of 1119 Lake Home tuesday from 7 to 9 . View ave., new Philadelphia ran a splinter under the Nail of her a ii a a right Index Finger. Lowell Weible a a a. J Frank Weible of 505 n. Wooster ave. Received word today of the in a yellow line a. Harmon. 34, of 233 w. Tined $105.20 and sen it three Days in jail for Nile the influence i. Citations Franklin a. 72, Point pleasant Sherman a Ebbert 47, to 9.071,000, or a jump of 12 per better s cent Over the 1950 figure of 7.946, name. J elect Raymond j. Warther Democrat councilman at Large world War la Veteran i of adv 9,071,009 now in Ohio Washington of a in the six year period from the 1950 census. To july i 1956. Ohio has had a majority of key stocks took population growth of 1,125.000. Losses ranging from fractions to Only one headlight and around is or More. Steels oils Neumann 33. Coshocton a me chemicals base metals rails and a variety of others were Well on the Downside. International paper and Amerada were Down Well Over $2. Gulf oils loss was about $2. Down More than $1 were Youngstown Sheet International Nickel Alcoa and Union Carbide. Aircraft and missiles were up from the Start Douglas aircraft Rose about $2, Martin co More than is and general dynamics around is. Boeing and North american aviation were other $1 this was disclosed by the census Bureau sunday in its latest state by state population estimates. The increase boosted Ohio a population she said was signed Quot citizens for Anonymous letter Stone Creek mrs. W. S. Mizer member of the county citizens committee on school consolidations. Reported today that she had no knowledge of a letter received by Stone Creek voters today taking a stand on the proposed consolidation affecting Stone Creek school. The letter surviving Are his widow Fannie Kirby Cummins one son Dean of Freeport one daughter mrs Elizabeth Arnold of Cadiz two i Brothers v. A. Cummins of Anna 111., and John Cummins of Massillon one sister mrs. Mabel Green of it. Vernon o., and two grand lr1.? ass school in new Jersey. He will be Capri buried today in Forest Lawn come tory at los Angeles Calif. Other survivors include a sister mrs. Esther Weible Kenny of los services will be held tuesday at 2 . At the Mccoy funeral Home in Freeport with or. E. A. Lod Wick and Rev. L. S. Green official Angeles and an aunt. Mrs. Urban be Ert we a Quot Fri port Lambert of Alexandria a. Mrs. Martha j. Fowler wins to set schools Quot but bore no one s. Dennison a mrs. Martha Jane mrs. Albert Smitley of re i Massillon ignoring red lights Douglas Cline 20, Barberton crossing yellow lines Gregory Allen Hagloch 20, of 210 Fairview ave., speeding Harold Smith. 37, 627. Gaillard seen As Premier Paris of former finance minister Felix Galliard today seemed assured of becoming France i 24th postwar Premier with a wide Range of support in the National Assembly. County a Lri a 0t Quot a i. It a a a. 215 a a wet ave. Stone Creek. A. The Winner of the committee she said. Died at the Home of her daughter color television he Tiu i u n _ daughter color television set Given away by Ethel Hillyer at 7 . Today after Carver Bros. Co., saturday night. An illness of three months. The television receiver was the Orrville a mrs Minnie As c re tue Caracas county grand prize offered by carvery Sas 18ftshe was a daughter a feature of the stores 91st Anni of John and Naomi West Ranshaw Versari Celebration mrs. Minnie Berkey of 335 Allen Lane. New Philador gainers in this group phia charged with driving while York Central Railroad and under the influence of alcohol. Pennsylvania were ahead major new Philadelphia a cited into fractions As they opened. Central mayor Fred Schneider s court most of its Gam later and were Daniel e. Kinsey re 2, new Pennsylvania trimmed its Rise. Philadelphia for disregarding rail losers of around $1 or so inroad Flasher lights and Ralph Rob eluded u. S. Steel general to erts 35. Marietta for driving an tors. Chrysler Ford Northern a Over length House trailer. Jasper a civic. Illinois Central do font Portugal re elects party Lisbon. Portugal the National Union party of Premier Antonio Salazar again has won the 120 scats in the National Assembly ail but 6 without opposition. Is Berkey 76, wife of Willis Berkey died at their residence on w. Market St. Here last night. She was born in Baltic Jan. 8, 1881, the daughter of Francis Hoob Ler and Sara lint and had been a resident of Orr vice for 35 years. In addition to her husband she is survived by two sons Milan and Roger of Orrville two grandchildren one great grandchild and one sister Jessie Onger of Baltic. Funeral services will be at 2 . Thursday at the Orrville lutheran Church w Ith pastor Edward Delta rho pledge Malcolm d. Smith of recover a student a1 Ohio state University has pledged to Kappa Del i Bary officiating. Burial will be at Davenport 66, Barberton was Goodrich radio corp., Westing to rho it was announced recent Crown Hill cemetery and friends fined $15.20 by Justice Raymond House electric. Southern railway by by Dean of men Mylin h. Ross May Call at the Fry and Dresser Hawk for passing without the As Texas co. And Johns Manville. Science shrinks piles new Way without surgery find Healing substance that does both relieve pain shrinks haemorrhoids. I. I special _ Forve. Sure dear distance. It patrol u. S. Government Bonds Uhrichsville Conrad e. Nichols prot Jed. Some 937 students have pledged to funeral Home wednesday or at in the 44 social fraternities at Ute uni the Church an hour before the i varsity. Service. In. I. Special _ for no time science has found a new Healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink haemorrhoids and to relieve pain without surgery. In Case after Case while gently relieving pain actual reduction shrinkage took place. Most amazing of All results were a a thorough that Uffert a made astonishing statements like Quot pita have ceased to be a problem a the secret is a new Healing substance Bio Dyne a discovery of a world famous research Institute. 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