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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - November 30, 1964, Dover, Ohio Tornadoes Bow In Cage Debut; Midvale Ends Strasburg Streak — Page 13 There's a Network of Reporter Newsmen and Correspondents Serving You. VOL 61. NO. 119.    24    PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Monday, November 30, 1964 HOME EDITION * NOW READ BY 12,000 FAMILIES PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTSHoliday Highway Death Toll Establishes New Mark Current Total Is SSO; Last Year 543 Died By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Traffic accidents on the nation’s streets and highways killed a record 550 persons during the four-day Thanksgiving Holiday. The figure topped last year’s Thanksgiving mark of 543 deaths which had been the record since annual counts for the holiday began in 1958. Driving on most of the country’s roads and highways was endangered as rain and snow pelted the northern half of the continent Sunday. Hazardous driving warnings were issued for many states by the Weather Bureau. The pace of fatal accidents increased somewhat in the waning hours of the holiday, as j weary' motorists hurried to return to their homes. The death toll was boosted by many multiple death accidents, including one in which eight persons w'ere killed Thanksgiving Day in South Carolina. The traffic death total since 6 pm. local time Wednesday was 535. The 102-hour holiday ended at midnight Sunday. The National Safety Council statistics show the average daily traffic death total was 126 in the first nine months of 1964. The council keeps records of the number of deaths on certain weekend holidays, but does not do so for the Thanksgiving weekend because, it says, the holiday period does not involve, much extra driving.    |    COLUMBUS,    Ohio (AP)—Gov. For a comparative purpose, james A. Rhodes today called The Associated Press surveyed . „ „ .    . . ..  ___' . tVfK the number of deaths for a non- jfor a boost in his ProP°secl W*-holiday weekend of 102 hours, j niillion bond issue to $290 mil-Nov. ll to Nov. 15. A total of 468 lion for additional construction. His request went to Sen. Ma- TOP TALKERS. Corbin Miller (left) of Dover shows his winning style to 4 other Tuscarawas County Prince of Peace declamation contest victors. They are: Pam Barber (seated) of Newcomerstown, Dave Contini (standing second from left) of Dover, Bonnie Raber of Garaway and John Aul of Strasburg. The quintet bested a 23-student field in 5 contests conducted Sunday night in the annual declamation finals sponsored by the County Council of Churches. All received silver medals and will represent the county in district competition Dec. 13 at a place to be determined. Also vying for district laurels will be Carol Christ of Uhrichsville, who had the winning county entry in the Prince of Peace essay contest. She was awarded the medal in the Midvale Methodist Church Sunday. Rhodes Seeks Hike In Bonds Guiding Star' Found, Mariner Is Mars-Bound Cost Of Living Index Indicates Fractional Rise WASHINGTON (AP) — The NewComplaints Filed In Sunday Argument' Pressure mounted today for lager C. Bernard Myers filed a tablishing hearing dates w’ould some kind of action by the complaint against Button. be taken until he has talked with county court judges and the I The other charge against the prosecutor, prosecutor’s office with the til- j Gray Drug was made by Button, since first being ing of 2 more complaints over George Purple of Dover, Mont- j charged last week, has contend-alleged violations of Ohio’sj gomery Ward manager. Larry ed that he has feIt ^ Simday Blue Law.    Shine, Ward’s merchandising Pending in Northern District manager, filed one against Court, with no hearing dates Marlowe Drug Store in Down- set or a course of action determined, are 5 complaints, 3 of which were filed last Monday over “non-essential sales” on Sunday, Nov. 22. town Dover. Affidavits also were to be filed today in Central District Court against H&A Drug store and Turrin Discount Co., Affidavits on the 3 cases were both filed by Prosecutor Harlan Spies Saturday morning. This morning’s complaints named Clair McCord, manager of Gray Drugs, and Richard Button, manager of the Hobby Shop. Both stores are in Miracle Lane Plaza and both were charged in last week’s initial round of the Sunday opening feud. Filing the complaints this morning were Kenneth Crawford of 1015 Tremont St., Dover, against Button, and Richard Lengler of 1107 Crater Ave., Dover, against McCord. Both Crawford and Lengler are employes of downtown Dover’s J. C. Penney Co. store. Last Monday, Penney Man- of New Philadelphia, opening was within the exceptions granted by the Ohio law. “The law makes exceptions for recreation, sports, amusements, entertainment or exhibitions or the providing of services and commodities incidental thereto,” he said, adding charging them with illegal Sun- that he feels the section includes his Hobby Shop sales. day sales on Nov. 22. Northern District Court Judge Charles Eckert said this morning that he still had not conferred with Spies on any of the affidavits filed thus far. Eckert I indicated that no action in es- See SUNDAY SALES, Page 2 New Philadelphia police received no complaints over the weekend and Mayor Joseph Pritz said no one called or con- BULLETIN STANLEYVILLE SNIPERS CONNECT? Refugee' Plane Crashes At Port LEOPOLDVILLE, the Congo. Most of the plane’s passen-(AP) — A chartered Belgian j gers were reported to be Congolese refugees from the former rebel capital. In the last few days, several jority Leader C. Stanley Me-chem, R-Athens. See TRAFFIC, Page 2 Appeals Court May Rule On Only 2 Cases Only 2 of the 8 cases before the Fifth District Court of Appeals will probably be heard when the Appelate Court begins its session in Tuscarawas County on Dec. 15. The 2 cases in which briefs I used in meeting the cost of sew-have been filed concern the dis- er and water line extensions pute over the seating of water earlier. board members in Dennison1 At present, such costs are as-and the temporary injunction sessed against abutting farm-against Stucki’s Tavern in Do- jands whose owners usually can-ver.    not afford to pay them until The trustees of the Board of their lands are turned over for Public Affairs in Dennison has: industrial or residential use, the them is locked on Canopus, By DIAL TORGERSON PASADENA. Calif, (AP) — Spacecraft Mariner 4 finally found Today. Prices increased all ation on U.N. financing its guiding star today, and scientists said it was using the star to along the line except for food, DC4 crashed on the runway of Stanleyville airport Sunday night, killing the crew and all but seven of the refugees it was j planes have been unable to land UNITED NA TI O N S, N.Y. bringing to safety, reports to in Stanleyville because of rebel (AP)—The Soviet Union today Leopoldville said.    ground fire. Belgians who rerejected a compromise formula    A message reaching Leopold-    turned from Stanleyville Sunday cost of living    edged    up    one-1 put forward by Secretary-Gen-    Ville this morning said the plane    night said the region between tenth of one per cent    in Octob- eral U Thant "in the hope of    “got fire on taking off.” It was    the airport and the center of the cr, the Labor    Department    said i avoiding a U.S.-Soviet confront-    not clear whether this meant    city about two miles away was that the plane had been hit by    heavily infiltrated by rebel snip- The bond issue proposal, in the speed on toward an appointment with Mars, form of an amendment to the I Officials at Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena said that the Ohio Constitution, would be re- second radio command sent to the craft today resulted in its find-submitted to the Senate with the ing Canopus — the bright orb it needs to hold it on course through Increased ceiling, it was ex- a lYi-month, 325-million-mile voyage, plained.    j    A    first    command    sent    at    1:13 Rhodes said the additional $15 a.m. made the craft lock on an million would be used for state object which data later revealed park recreational facilities and was nQ^ can0pUS> scientists re-to help political subdivisions fi- , nance construction of water and P° sewer lines for industrial and ^ *ie secon(l command was other expansion.    sent    at 2:57 a.m., starting the Rhodes said the larger sum icra^ # rolling over in space, would allow subdivisions to set sinning the heavens for t ano-up rotary funds that could be Pus- r*hree minutes later it locked on a star. Scientists said the data it then radioed back was analyzed, proving it locked on Canopus and not some other star. They said two sensors are carried on the craft. When one Weathervane appealed an opinion handed down by Common Pleas Judge J. II. Lamneck in a declaratory judgment suit filed by the village of Dennison. Lamneck ruled, among other things, that the joint water board of Uhrichsville and Dennison should be comprised of the mayors of both cities and 2 members appointed by the individual councils. The trustees, by their office, do not have places on the Board, the Judge ruled. Lamneck also ruled that the trustees were in charge of the sewage system in Dennison, but could not turn its authority over to the water board. Members of the Board of Public Affairs had been serving on the joint water board which operated both water and sewage facilities. Atty. John Woodard filed an appeal against Lamneck’s ruling to close Stucki’s Tavern temporarily as a “common nuisance.” In turn, Prosecutor Harlan Spies filed a counter motion asking the Appelate Court to dismiss the Stucki motion. Three of the cases filed recently with the court concern the declaratory judgment on the trusts on a promissory note dating back to 1960. The appeal is placed against Judge Raymond Rice’s over-ruling a mo governor's office said. The $275-million ceiling was placed in the bond issue proposal after some senator objected to absence of a ceiling in the original resolution. Opponents of an open-end bond issue asserted the state might issue well over $300 million in bonds without the restriction. the other should be pointed toward earth. They said information received from the earth sensor indicated that it was indeed pointing toward earth. At the time Mariner locked on Canopus it was 359,850 miles from earth and was traveling at See MARINER, Page 19 Patrol Tickets 8 Drivers In Mishaps lion to reconsider the judgment. 386. State patrolmen handed out 8 citations in 8 auto mishaps investigated over the weekend. Three persons were slightly injured. Herman Bickford, 44, of New Philadelphia, suffered a cut knee in a crash Saturday at 5:30 p.m. on Route 21, south of Route 39. Patrolmen said an auto driven by Jerry Armstrong, 18, of Dennison, struck the northbound Bickford vehicle. Investigation is continuing. Lloyd Anderson, 20, of Zoar-viile was cited for failure to yield right-of-way after he backed his auto into the path of one driven by Dean R. Locker, 27, of Mineral City, Saturday at 2:30 p.m. on Township Road In another mishap Saturday at 1:30 p.m., Mitell Ruben, 55, of Madison, W. Va., was cited for driving left of center after his vehicle slid on wet pavement and struck a pickup truck operated by Oral R. Brown, 38, of Charleston, W. Va. The Ruben vehicle then rammed another driven by Zila Spenser, 47, of Princeton, W. Va. No injuries were reported, but both autos sustained heavy damage. David Freeman, 34, of Cadiz, and a passenger in his auto, Lorenzo Freeman, also of Cadiz, both sustained lacerated Ups and bruises noses in a crash this morning at 3:15 on Route 250 in Harrison County. See PATROL, Page 19 SATURDAY High 58    Low    30 YESTERDAY High 37    Low    21 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, clear . 57 32 .. Chicago, clear ..... 22    14    .. Cleveland, cloudy .. 36 22 .02 Los Angeles, cloudy 87 60    .. Miami, fog ........ 81    68    .06 New York, cloudy .. 54 31    .. Pittsburgh, snow ... 38 23 .07 St. Louis, clear .... 30    3    .15 San Fran., cloudy .. 61 51    .. Washington, cloudy . 56 36    .. TODAY 7 a.m.    21 RAINFALL Last 48 hours .10 inch SNOW Last 24 hours .8 inch TOMORROW Sunrise    7:31 Sunset    4:59 Forecast: Fair and cold. gasoline and household appli ances. The consumer price index, announced by the department’s Bureau of Labor Statistics, reached 108.5 per cent of its 1957-1959 average. This was 1.2 per cent above October 1963. Arnold Chase, assistant com- No Meter Money Needed After 6 Dover Mayor C. LeMoyne Luthy today advised those penny wise and pound foolish individuals shopping downtown Dover’s stores to stop putting mission*- of the bureau, said ™oney Parking meters after rebel riflemen who still infest ers. the region around the airport at I m    ,    .    ..    .    , Stanleyville    Beyond    the    airport, the rebels An employe of the charter are *n almost full control. The company, Belgian International Air Services, said the DC4 had a the increase was “within the range that the index has moved in recent years. It shows no sign See COL, Page 6 soldiers who took over when crew of three Belgians. It was Belgian paratroopers were with-not known how many passen- drawn Sunday after rescuing I,-gers were aboard.    i700 foreigners from the rebels. Ail official of the company in With the departure of the Bel-Antwerp, Belgium, said the gian paratroopers, fears mount-6 p.m. Free parking after that plane was believed to have car- ed for the safety of 500 to 1,000 time in downtown Dover has been in effect for some time now, every week night, Luthy explained this morning. lied 40 passengers.    whites still in the rebel-held An investigating    team    was areas of the northern    Congo, flying to Stanleyville    this mom-* Refugees said the    Peking- Ing.    I See PLANE CRASH,    Page 19 High 27 ON THE INSIDE Red Cross Volunteers Chapters    Hon Salt Crews At Annual Tea Begin Task Salt crews of Dover and New The Dover and Tuscarawas new class was handled by Mrs. j 7 years — Mrs. William Au- j Philadelphia received an ink-County Chapters of the Amer- William Belier, director of the bihl, Mrs. Ray Kennedy, Mrs. I }inS of what t{Jey miSnt expect Herbert Lenn, Mrs. Raymond » future weeks and months ican Red Cross, well-known to the public for its services towards relief of sickness, disease and calamities, held their recognition tea Sunday afternoon to pay tribute to the volunteers for their work. Harry Meese, Dover chapter chairman, headed the program and Mrs. James Sullivan auxiliary personnel. Entertainment was provided by the Friends of Music, directed by Mrs. Charles Riel. McClelland and Mrs. Wayne Plotts. 6 years — Mrs. Glen Holz-worth, Eda Keuerleber, Florence Keuerleber, Mrs. Edna when they were called out to “ice down” an 8-tenths inch of snowfall last night. Dover crews were on the job for nearly 5 hours until 4:30 this Gray Ladies recognized were:    corning and New Philadelphia 9 ye™ - Mrs    Vincent Ber-    peppier, Mrs    Don    Marshall,    workers started at i;30 this nard, Mrs. Fred    Biene, Mrs.    Mrs.    Howard    .    mith-    *!rs:, '    morning, salting streets and in- Karl Dilger, Mrs.    Vinton Jones,    ward    Stingel,    Mrs. A. J. Whid-    ^sections Margaret Korns, Mrs. Fred don and Mrs. Bonnie Winbigler.; c _ of Port Washington was main Leaders, Mrs. Herbert Mc-1 4 years and chevron — Mrs. speaker.    jKeever,    Mrs.    Earl    E.    Smith, Mrs. Sullivan related some of Mrs. Darrel Render, Mrs. IL F. Low 0-5 ber experiences as a Red Cross volunteer during the Hurricane disaster in Louisiana a few months ago. Invocation was given by ' Rev. Alva W. Taylor of the Mrs. Joseph Robinson, Mrs. 2i First Methodist Church.    |Karl    Steinbaugh, Mrs. James 23 Recognition and capping of a I Sullivan and Mrs. Fred Walters. Van Epps, Mrs. K. A. Wagner and Mrs. R. C. Weible. 8 years and double chevron— Mrs. Fred Bay, Mrs. John J. Miller, Mrs. Nelson McMillen, James Arthurs, Mrs. Edmond Avon, Mrs. Ronald Bair, Mrs. Richard Barr, Mrs. Carl Bixler, Mrs. William Brown, Phyllis Perehill, Mary Lee Feutz, Nellie Feutz, Melba Jo Galbraith, Mrs. Delbert Gordon, Mrs. Pearl Halter, Mrs. W DAY BRIGHTENER Dear Abby .............. Your Horoscope ......... Around The World ..........6' Goren On Bridge............23    LOCAL    PRIESTS    INDICATE    FAVORABLE    RESPONSE Hospital News ..............6 Obituaries ..................  2 Television ...................17 Sports ..................13-14-15 Women’s Pages  ..........8-9 Dr. Crane ...................23 Dr. Alvarez .................21 Fun gets more expensive as C. you grow older — gets scarcer, James, Mrs. John Kempf, Mrs. t0°-See RED CROSS, Page 6    11"" iillYCHRlSTMAS Comments Vary On Mass Alterations “The reaction was very favorable. It seemed rather strange at first but the people caught on,” Rev. Fr. Marcellus Fuller of St. Joseph’s Church said this morning in commenting on Masses Sunday in which English was used for the first time instead of Latin in about half the service. “We have not done some little parts due to our own particular cramped situation,” Rev. Fr. Marcellus added, “but will, and the people responded in the age and I feel it should be pick them up as soon as pos-isame manner,” he said. “It used.” sible. “Overall,” he went on, “everyone seemed to like it very much.” Rt. Rev. Msgr. A. L. Freund of Sacred Heart Church at New Philadelphia, also viewed the change with a feeling of success. “It was accepted very well brings a closer union between A cross-country spot check the priest and people in cele-    brought    mostly    favorable reac- bration of the Mass.”    tion. Msgr. Freund indicated he    Most of the English    is pre- was wholeheartedly in favor of    sorted    for u*e    m lhe    Peofle s responses to the chanting of the the change. priests in the 17,500 parish “Since Latin was the piinei- churches Spanning America, pal language at the beginning j    K of the Catholic church, it was The reforms were authorized used,” he went on, “but now by the Vatican’s Ecumenical English is the principal langu-1 See COMMENTS, Page 2 ;

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